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Tuesday 25 January 2022

The European Union and MoLSA are helping families recover from the COVID-19 crisis in Somalia

Maryan is a 70-year-old grandmother living in an Internally Displaced Peoples (IDP) camp in the Mudug region of North Eastern Somalia with her eight grandchildren— seven of them are orphans who have recently lost their mother. Maryan arrived in this camp 11 years ago after fleeing from a conflict in southern Somalia.

Friday 24 December 2021

Statement: Save the Children is deeply concerned by the impact of the recent conflict in Bosaso on children

Thursday 16 December 2021

Blog: Millions affected as fresh climate crisis displace children and their parents in Somalia.

 

By: Binyam Woldetsdaik Gebru, Programme Development and Quality Director, Save the Children, Somalia 

Monday 15 November 2021

"At least students can now feel safe in schools, but more needs to be done,"

"At least students can now feel safe in schools, but more needs to be done,"

By: Mohamed Abdulkadir Said, Save the Children Area Representative, Puntland, Somalia

 

Wednesday 27 October 2021

Fadumo can now feed her children thanks to the support from the European Union

Fadumo, a 37-year-old mother of seven, fled with her seven children from Mogadishu to Galkayo due to insecurity in 2007.  She owned a small shop that provided income for her, and her family and she was also able to pay her children's school fees. Fadumo did not expect to lose her business and end up in an Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp.

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